There is a small graveyard owned by the church located across the road with tilted gravestones melted by time. Some of the gravestones date to the early 1700s and are barely readable.
In 2015, two new houses were built immediately next to the graveyard. At the time the second house (which is closest to the graveyard) was being built, neighbors spotted a glowing figure standing in the graveyard or just outside the graveyard’s border next to the new house. This has happened on several occasions. The figure has a dim green glow that can be seen for a distance and appears to be dressed in loose clothing, sheets or rags. It moves about for a short time then disappears.
Someone has some photos taken in October 2015 I can provide. I’m trying to get her to send them to me.
(Submitted by Ruth T)
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- 1565 Sleepy Hollow Rd
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- 40.434248633161275, -75.4413524418851
- Bucks County, Pennsylvania
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